Why work together?
We believe that cooperation and openness strengthen the competitiveness of Swedish industry and add value to all involved.
We believe that much of the work currently done by each plant owner and their suppliers in specifying and handling information exchange in projects can be simplified and standardized to a common standard.
By using common templates, structures and designations, we can jointly share the administrative, development and adaptation costs that need to be done by all parties involved.
We believe that the role of document control needs to be changed to information control and data quality and to make that change we can implement better and more efficiently together in the industry compared to all of us working in our own chambers.
What do we want to do?
LCDM phase 2 should look specifically at how we can use standardized concepts. How mature are we today if we compare ourselves to the rest of Europe and their working methods in projects where they work with the same standard? How much can be used by what is already done by simply mapping it to a standard? How much customization does a plant owner’s document control need to do to arrive at information and data quality management? Can we quantify the benefits of a joint collaboration in terms of time, money and quality?
How do we want to implement phase 2?
We want to find one or more plant owners who are willing to work with the project to look at how the information management from the requirement via review and exchange to handover could be handled if a common standard is used eg. CHIFOS. This means that the project uses all or part of CHIFOS templates sharply or as a parallel channel to compare existing working methods with the new ones.
We are also looking for plant owners who can participate and analyze and evaluate their existing way of working against what it could look like with CHIFOS methodology, ie do a gap analysis to identify benefits and challenges.
As a plant owner, this is a golden opportunity to, together with others in the same situation, strengthen us and develop us!
LCDM Phase 2 is a continuation project
Below (1) part of a new project application for LCDM phase 2 is cut. SEIIA intends, with the support of PiiA and Vinnova, to start a continuation project for LCDM. For this project we are now looking for project participants.
Plant owners who, in pilot form, want to test the concepts that SEIIA will work with. For example, CFIHOS. Running the CFIHOS concept sharply on a smaller plant part to demonstrate an improved information transfer at completion.
EPC and consultants who want to start working according to the new concepts that the standardization provides.
Suppliers of everything from ready-made Turn Key plants to equipment suppliers
If you want to report your interest, you can do so by e-mail email@example.com or you want more information, you can hear from you on the same e-mail. It is urgent for a preliminary project application to be completed on 9th September. and final 30e Sept. so don’t wait too long with your registration. For definitive participation, we continue the dialogue individually.
If you only want to follow the project and share ongoing information, you can of course do it as a member. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will create a list of stakeholders.
1 LCDM phase 2 project idea
Already in the application for phase 1 of the LCDM project, a need was expected for a phase 2 that would become more concrete in pilots after phase 1 had created the necessary conditions in the form of understanding, knowledge, contacts and relationships and plans for the continuation. The result of phase 1 was a little more than the project expected, but all before phase 2 it is worth noting.
✓ It takes time to build relationships, understanding and industry participation.
✓ Do not lose the pace, dedication and thus confidence in SEIIA’s ability to deliver
✓ Financial (public) support is needed for a limited continued build-up period.
The phase 1 survey shows that the industry, where the plant owners dominated, wants to participate and work on the conditions is clear and the right ones. What they are is described from phase 1 and something that the phase 2 project will work with.
Important to note as central to the idea of the project is not to develop new but to build on international results, development and apply this by continuing to build relationships with key Nordic and European partners via SEIIA and its members and participate in their work. TK280, which is responsible for ISO 15926, has no operational work today around the standard and there SEIIA takes on a role that is missing today and we also profile ourselves internationally within the standardization in this area.
It is also important in phase 2 to continue to develop industrial collaborations, both started and new, to find synergies with other relevant ongoing projects, to strengthen the international perspective and to cover the entire industrial chain, which includes both process and discrete manufacturing industries.
2 Objectives of the project
The project has five main goals where results are to be delivered
• Skills development of participating project partners in the project areas
• Start 3-4 pilots and / or test beds where real projects in the industry test the concept / one.
• Support companies with knowledge and activities in the adaptation and further development of their services and products
• Sign cooperation agreements. MoU with international non-profit organizations already working with Interoperability.
• Hold an “Industrial Interoperability Summit” 2020
3.3 Project budget
We have made an application for SEK 1,000,000 through public financing and the corresponding amount of money must come from the business / industry. The total budget for LCDM phase 2 is SEK 2,000,000. We can enter into the application process with some main actors who have suitable construction projects, part of the total construction project budget can form the basis for the application, i.e. we do not need to know who will carry out a project at present only that there is an approved project (one with good prospects to be approved) with one or more plant owners. Which subcontractors (services / goods) that are contracted can be managed afterwards. Other more analytical projects or GAP analyzes may also be relevant in LCDM Phase 2 in parallel with the pilots.